„Who do you think I am, girl? If you could pick all the words of the vocabulary that your mother taught you, who do you think I am? And this is only a couple hours, can you imagine what it would be like a couple days with me? I live a hundred years a day.“

—  Charles Manson, Interview https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_IHIw9S4Vdw by Penny Daniels (1989)
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